A Trip to McClairen's Isle,
Rezension bezieht sich auf: McClairen's Isle: The Ravishing One (Taschenbuch)
The last installment of Connie Brockway's McClairen's Isle trilogy is an exciting, passionate read. While reading this book, Ms. Brockway carried me away, and I visited that Isle, and its fascinating inhabitants--including that villian I love to hate, Lord Carr.
While much of the action takes place in London, the last half of this book is back on the "Isle", when Thomas Donne "abducts" Fia, the ravishing one. Thomas and Fia, have a past, present, but will they have a future?
Fia is a tormented heroine; she's very much like Ash. Because of her father, she doesn't feel deserving of good things. And Thomas, has an agenda that may make a romance between him and Fia seem impossible.
I only put this book down when I had to, and when I finished it. And, I hated the fact that I may have taken my last trip to McClairen's Isle. In the Ravishing One, you get to revisit all the "special" inhabitants--Ash and Rhiannon, Raine and Favor, as well as Gunna and Lord Carr. With it's beautiful scenery, charismatic characters, grand adventure, and beautiful love scenes--this is one special read!